Rembrandt polish nobleman painting
Half figure of a man in oriental costume. Jan NowakJezioranski identifies him as Andrzej Rej, a grandson of Mikoaj Rej, a leading Polish poet and prose writer of the Renaissance. Andrzej Rej (ca. ) was a governor of Libusza, Calvinist activist, and a diplomat who was sent on a diplomatic mission in 1637 to the Danish, Dutch and English courts.One of the largest collections of paintings online. FreeArt. A Polish Nobleman. 1637. Oil on wood. The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. Get a free print of A Polish Nobleman FREE prints from FreeArt. Get a free print of A Polish Nobleman Additional Links. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn rembrandt polish nobleman painting
May 15, 2018 A Polish Nobleman is a 1637 painting by Rembrandt depicting a man in a costume of Polish szlachta (nobility). The identity of the subject of the painting is unclear, and has given rise to several different interpretations. The view that the figure's dress is clearly Polish is not universally held and it may have been a selfportrait.
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